Question about Ryobi Garden
check the fuel lines,make adjustment to the carb,set the T ,check the fuel filter.Inside the carb,at the fuel pump side there is a screen,carefully clean it.Hope theese help.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Both the smoke and it's lack of cutting ability are symptoms of the same problem. The Chain is dulled. Instead of cutting, it's just rubbing on the wood and heating up. It's also not a big deal to fix..
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You will see they alternate directions. You may find it easier to do all the teeth in one direction (skipping every other tooth) then do the other direction. Up to you.
When you are done, check the level of your chain oil. Since it did get hot, you might manually oil the chain before trying out your handi-work.
Go cut some wood.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
RYOBI----- with the motor running at high revs the chain stops indicates that the sprocket behind the centrifugal clutch is worn out or the centrifugal clutch itself ,or the clutch shoes are worn out the way to tell is to remove the bar and chain and have alook where the chain was conected to the saw, i think you will see the sprocket is buggered and as that is attatched to the clutch drum that will have to be replaced along with clutch springs and shoes, i think you have been running the chain a bit too loose or not running it at realy high revs ,which is what they are designed to do ,cme back to me if you feel the need
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Poulan Chainsaws are pretty well all powered by two stroke engines. My best guess is that you have the fuel mixture incorrect (it should be a 1:40 ratio of oil to gas). if the fuel mixture is not the problem then your choke is messed up. If you haven't tried already try and find the sweet spot in the choke where it will run.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
I have a Homelite 33cc which has never run smoothly since it was brand new. Erratic running, sometimes wont idle, and never seems to develop full power. Adjusting the jets achieved no lasting improvement. In frustration I stripped it down right back to the intake port on the cylinder and found the problem. The two screws that hold the the carb mounting plate to the cylinder were a tad too long in manufacture, and even though done up very tight they bottomed out in their holes before applying proper pressure to the sealing gasket, which then developed some "flutter" in the airflow and partially disintegrated, leaving massive air leaks. No way it was EVER going to run properly like that. Check that this isn't the problem area on your particular model before you go crazy trying to tune your carburetor.
Posted on May 07, 2013
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